Check out what was passed and what was said at the Undergraduate Student Senate meeting on Tuesday.
During their 10-day trip, the students had the opportunity to attend sporting events, visit the Morehead Planetarium and meet UNC students to share student-life experiences. Overall, they found that student life at UNC is not too different from life in Africa.
Voting is a privilege that these first-time voters believe is a practice that everyone who can, should take advantage of.
The legal road for 20 anti-Silent Sam protesters is far from over as the group's attorney said they will face future trial dates or enter a plea deal.
“I’ll see news reports about the Butler shooting, and I’m like, 'Wow that’s me, that’s my classmate, that’s my school, and my safety and my friends.' It’s not real. It doesn’t make any sense.”
UNC School of Medicine professor Giselle Corbie-Smith received the prestigious honor of being elected to the National Academy of Medicine last week. Her work continues to benefit rural, underserved communities across North Carolina.
Arguments broke out in the Undergraduate Senate’s full meeting Tuesday as senators criticized each other and the nomination process that led to the failed bid of a nominee to the prestigious Student Advisory Committee to the Chancellor.
A study led by UNC School of Medicine cardiology fellow Sameer Arora and his team found that racial disparities in the treatment of NSTEMI are still present.
“We’re a little bit of an oxymoron. We dwell on things, but at the same time get over stuff quickly. I think we’ll definitely be more cautious in terms of when storms come up.”
“I wanted to try to use it as a vehicle to bring together Turks and Americans so that they could appreciate more (of) one another’s cultures."
Junior computer science major Suvrat Jhamb poses at Chapel of the Cross before voting in his first midterm election. Jhamb, who was born in India and got his citizenship four years ago, went to the polls with his two friends.
Raul Arce Jimenez speaks to supporters after arraignment. Photo by Marco Quiroz-Gutierrez.
Author of BlacKkKlansman Ron Stallworth holds the Ku Klux Klan membership card issued to him by David Duke in 1979.